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limbaugh speaks out. the king of conservative talk radio on president obama. on the state of the gop. why aren't people turning to the republicans? and on himself. what did you learn? rush limbaugh in a "fox news sunday" exclusive. then, big governors races tuesday on virginia and new jersey. carl cameron has the latest from both battle ground states while major garrett looks at what the election means for the obama white house. and house democrats commit to health care reform with a government option. we'll ask our sunday group, brit, mara, bill and juan, if it will become law. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in wash. there's news out of afghanistan, abdullah abdullah has dropped out saying karzai refused to reform the election process to prevent more massive fraud. we'll have more on that story later. now to our interview with rush limbaugh. whether you love him or can't stand him, he is a major player on the american political scene. for three hours a day, five days a week, he tells listeners exactly what he thinks on more than 600 radio stations acros
president obama's first state dinner. >> before today it was unknown how close they actually got to the president. take a look at this. this is an official white house picture of her shaking hands with obama. and her husband standing next to them. all of this, as the white house still tries to figure out how they got so far past secret service check points. >> mr. and mrs. salage. >> before the two crashed the president's first white house state dinner tuesday, the reality rawannabes visited a salon. >> i asked her where is your invitation, do you have it with you? can i see it? >> excited to show me. and going in her purse, to get it. >> but salahe never produced a invite. white house said because they did not have one. the obama administration asked the secret service for a full review to figure out how the couple got inside. >> if questions were asked and people lied, especially in writing. there could be all kind of issues with lying to federal agents. >> the couple's lawyer said the two cleared by the white house to be there. secret service spokesman said they are not ruling
for the obama agenda? we'll ask our sunday panel, hume, miasson, kristol and powers. hello again from fox news in washington. we are following two major stories this sunday. we'll get to the deadly massacre at fort hood in a few minutes. but first, late saturday night, the house approved its version of health care reform with just two votes to spare by a margin of 220-215. fox news chief washington correspondent jim angle has the story from capitol hill. jim? >> hello, chris. democratic leaders spent the last three days in furious behind-the-scenes negotiations because anti-abortion democrats were threatening to vote against the bill which would have killed it. speaker nancy pelosi knew she wouldn't get any republican support, so she needed all 40 of the democrats who insist no federal money be spent on abortions. they refused to back down, so ms. pelosi had no choice but to allow a vote on their amendment. >> the speaker recognizes that members deserve the chance to vote their conscience and have their voices heard on this most important matter. >> but that angered abortion rights democrats a
>> decision time for afghanistan. president obama announces his plan tuesday. we'll get a preview from two top senators, jon kyl, the number two republican, and evan bayh, a democrat on the armed services committee. then a debate over health care reform and more with two political heavyweights, former presidential candidates republican mike huckabee and democrat howard dean. plus, they walk the line. meeting the president, vice president and other dignitaries at the white house state dinner. how did they give the slip to the secret service and why? our sunday panel discusses the story everyone's talking about. and our power player of the week, celebrating a century of caring for the nation's wounded warriors. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. tuesday night president obama lays out his new military strategy for afghanistan. joining us now two senators who support the president will need. from arizona, jon kyl, the senate's number two republican, and evan bayh. president obama will announce his plan tuesday night in a speech to the nation from west
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zero. is the obama administration plan the best way to serve justice and protect the homeland? we'll talk with rudy giuliani, the mayor of new york on 9/11, and democratic senator jack reed. then, from the way forward in afghanistan to the latest on health care, we'll discuss the gop's strategy with senator mitch mcconnell, the party's top man in washington. plus sarah palin rolls out her new book, reintroducing herself to america and settling some old scores. will our sunday panel care to comment? you betcha. and our power player of the week, working non-stop to keep us safe from h1n1. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. the decision by attorney general holder on friday to try khalid sheikh mohammed and four of his alleged 9/11 conspirators in a new york city civilian court had criticism and strong praise. we'll start with mayor rudy giuliani. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> nice to be back, chris. >> i want to start with comments that attorney general holder made on friday when he announced his decision. here they are. >> after
on president obama's strategy for afghanistan. we'll tackle these issues and more with these key senators, republicans lamar alexander and kit bond and democrats debbie stabenow and arlen specter. then, mixed signals about cancer screening for women. we'll get some straight talk from dr. bernadine healy, former head of the national institutes of health. plus, anger grows in both parties over the administration's handling of the economy and unemployment. we'll ask our sunday panel what the president should do next. and our power player of the week. one of the generals in the gop's civil war. all right now on "fox news sunday." hello again from fox news in washington. well, on saturday night the senate voted along party lines 60-39 to bring the democratic health care reform plan to the floor for weeks of debate. now the tough part begins. actually passing a bill. we're joined by four senate leaders. welcome back, all of you, to "fox news sunday." let's get right to it. senator alexander, now that the democrats' plan is on the senate floor, what is your plan to beat it? will you try to fix t
is a disaster for our country. president obama said that it would be under $900 billion. it is not. president obama said it would not add to the deficit. it will >>reporter: illinois senator says a health care plan has to be passed by the end of the year when president obama and congress will need to shift their attention to the economy and jobs. >> i hope in the end that some republicans will crossover and help us put together a good bill that will serve this nation. >>reporter: three moderate democrats and -- leave democrats shy of the 60 votes needed to break a republican filibuster. >> i don't want to fix the problems in our health care system in a way that creates more of an economic crisis. >>reporter: the senator says one of his biggest problems with the senate plan is that public option. learn more about health care reform on our website. go to >>> president obama said that his economic stimulus plan would create a million new environmental jobs. washington times is working on a story that points out that so far his plan for green jobs has fallen way short. >> ce
. >>> president barack obama president obama is expected to announce he is sending 25,000 more u.s. troops to afghanistan. the new deployments would probably start next year. >>> another day of rain in the city of baltimore. unfortunately it doesn't look any better for the thanksgiving holiday tomorrow. jessica starr joins us with all the good news in our skywatch forecast. >> rain, rain go away, come again another day with all the holidays travel out there. we're dealing with another round of showers out there. overnight the main concern for us is going to come the fog that's going to be pretty thick out there. if you are traveling in the midwest, rain showers through chicago o'hare through detroit and ohio valley. look at florida. you think you're going to get some sunshine in florida? think again. these two areas of low pressure systems are going to make their way into your region. back home here you can see a blanket of clouds, a little bit of clearing overnight tonight but those clouds are going to back up. if you are traveling tonight there's a little bit of a delay out of new york a
scheduled maintenance at no cost. it can't be that easy... that was pretty easy. >>> president barack obama is expected to announce his plan for the eight-year old war in afghanistan this tuesday. military officials say the president's plan could involve adding more than 35,000 u.s. troops to the nearly 70,000 currently there. lawmakers say it's necessary to send more troops, while others worry about the rising cost of the war. >> we're going to put measurements and benchmarks on the afghan government, but we're going to have the troops win the conflict. >> you've got to put afghanistan in the context of what is happening in america today. it's not only a $12 trillion national debt, we're in the worst economic depression since the 1930s. >> president obama's address is set for 8:00 tuesday night. >>> get out of my face. >> nobody cares. >> get out of my face. >> what are you doing? >> anti-war activist gets in to a physical altercation at an anti-war protest in california. she was there spreading her message to president obama to not send more of our troops to afghanistan. she attracted
and we'll look at that part of the story as well. >>> plus new numbers on president obama's new housing plan, why one calls it abysmal progress. >> we're getting a first look at another set of proposed new rules to overhaul the financial system. the senate banking committee released a draft proposal on tuesday. it's more than 1,100 pages long. one of the biggest ideas is to create a single agency to regulate banks called the financial institutions regulatory administration. that administration would overseeing the nation's banking activity. the proposal advocates taking away those powers from the federal reserve and the fdic. experts say that is not likely to happen. >> i don't think it's going to happen because i think the fed has too much power. i also think that in the current political environment sheila bear, who is the chair woman of the fdics has too much power and it's not going to happen. >> another goal of this new proposal is to create a new office of credit-rating agencies to regulate the companies that gave aaa ratings to the toxic loans that ended up failing. it would also
as a barometer for how people feel about the obama admnistration. in virginia, republican bob mcdonald, easily won the governor's race. he earned 59% of the vote to defeat former attorney creed deeds. the win returns a republican to the governor's office in virginia for the first time in eight years. also electing a governor is new jersey, incumbent governor john corzine conceded defeat last night. that means that republican christoforoustchris, christie we governor. >>> democrat bill owens won just days after being endorsed by a republican candidate who dropped out of the race. doug hoffman the conservative candidate lost to owens by 3%. and millionare michael bloomberg won a tight race for a 3rd term as mayor of new york city. just last year he signed a bill allowing mayors in new york to serve a 3rd term. stay tuned for the continuing result of this story. we will have the latest on the election results, coming up later from washington later on this hour. >>> money advice on wheels. the tour offering financial advice has reached baltimore. it's called the your bus. the goal is to help ameri
fox 45 a for yes. fox 45 b for no. >> well it has been one year since barack obama was elected president and several elections across the country, may show just how voters are feeling about it. craig boswell joins us live from washington with the latest. craig? >> good evening to you jennifer. yes the first test of president obama political influence and 2 most powerful jobs on the line were in new jersey and virginia. >> in virginia, the results are in. and as polls predict caned fox news channel shows mcdonald the winner of the race. democratic challenger deeds has con seated. >> just because we did not get right results tonight does not mean we go home and whine. we keep on working. >> it is a relief for republicans. one you year ago obama won the swing state for the first time in four decades. in new jersey a nail biter, corzine and his closest challenger, republican christy wicks tee were locked in a statistical dead heat up until polls opened. president obama has invested substantial political capital working with corzine. a winner yet to be called. and typically obscure
since out of high school. in the end friends say he was hoping that president obama himself would just pull troops out of iraq and afghanistan. obviously that did not happen. a family member said he was a good american and quote, we are shocked. >> thank you very much. we will check back in with you in a few minutes. can you stay with fox 45 news for the latest information on the shooting. we will cover the stories all morning long at top and bottom of the hour. >> the off duty police officer stabbed outside a nightclub yesterday morning has been released from the hospital. the 42-year-old checked out last night after being treated for wounds to the neck and to the back. investigators say he was leaving christina's on north point boulevard when he got into a fight with another man. that's when the man pulled out a knife leading the officer to open fire. at least check, the man he thought was still in the hospital in serious but stable condition, police are still trying to determine if the two men knew each other. paragraph. >>> mayor sheila dickson heads it trial on charges of theft ne
at the white house. and president obama is hosting a job summit thursday. in washington, craig boswell fox 45 news. >> some travelers had a official screening at reagan national airport today. homelant secretary janet napolitano was a screener. she wished travelers a safe trip. she reminds the public traveling by air is safe. you just have to leave plenty of time. >> you are here by pardoned. you will live. in disneyland. >> as 10 months in office. president obama grants his first pardon to a turkey. the 40-pound bird's name is courage to honor the military men and women serving around the world. courage is off to disneyland where he will be the grand marshal in tomorrow's big thanksgiving day parade. >> three u.s. navy seals face criminal charges tonight. the three captured a wanted terrorist in iraq. abad is allegedly the master mind behind the murders of four guards in fa lou sha in 2004. iraqis dragged the guards through the streets, and burned and hanged them from the bridge. (inaudible) >> we are in for a damp holiday. apparently. >> when will things dry out. >> i don't know. jessica is
the shooting spree according to officials. earlier today president obama expressed sympathy for the victims and, of course, their families. >> it is difficult enough when we lose these brave americans in battles overseas. it is horrifying that they should come unfire at a army base on american soil. >> wounded soldiers were taken to nearby hospitals, their conditions vary. >> and the gunman was uniform military officer. >> malik nadal hasan was recently sent to ft. hood. we have learned he is from our area. keith daniels joins us from walter reed medical center with more on malik nadal hasan's background. >> keith? >> jennifer, malik nadal hasan worked at the walter reed army hospital as a psychologist for six years before the transfer to ft. hood texas in july. now, he is a graduate from are virginia tech. a military source said he had just received a poor performance evaluation for army hospital work. malik nadal hasan lived in silver springs. the latest record shows he was a resident at white oak towers on old columbia pike. the place with buzzing was police today. neighbors discovered news
the lives lost during last week's shocking attack at fort hood. ♪ . >>reporter: president obama joined an estimated 15,000 people who paid their respects to the 13 people gunned down. authorities say by one of their own. the traditional military service also included a short sermon. 21 gun salute and of course the playing of taps. >>> massachusetts woman barely escapes death when she falls on the train track. surveillance video shows the woman intoxicated and stumbling on the platform. then she falls right on to the track just missing the electric charged rail. people wave frantically to get the train driver attention as the train was fast approaching. >> then as i'm approaching the lady poked her head up. somebody is in the pit so i just threw it in emergency. exactly what i'm supposed to do and it just stops just in time not to hurt her. >>reporter: woman was pulled back on to the platform with just a few bruises. >>> the street turns the big 40. member of the first family that visited the neighborhood for the birthday celebration. >>> >> university of maryland makes history wit
to 445203. >> president obama's controversial former pastor comes to the state of maryland. >> he is talking to local members of the naacp and it had sparked a lot of debate. >> myranda stephens is live in glen bernie we the story. myranda? >> jeff and karen, most of us are used to siega fired up jeremiah wright. but the man we saw tonight here in glen burnie was a rather subdued refer are rented wright. >> we can never let our children or our grandchildren forget. >> the key note speaker for the arundel county naacp annual banquet. best known for being president obama's former pastor that made waves during the campaign with controversial sermons about politics and race. it sparked a lot of criticism from some in the community. including one delegate boycotting the event. but for the hundreds that came, said they are were here because they wanted to hear from the man in person, and not in sound bites. >> everything is taken out of context for people. and unless you hear the whole conversation, everybody could have said something that means something else. >> the focus is about the people bei
is the latest from fort hood. >>reporter: president obama says there's a full military and federal law enforcement review underway that will look at major hasan's motives and kblths. members of congress don't seem to be satisfied about the probe. the security committee scheduled -- thursday and the house and senate armed services committee and the house intelligence committee seem to be prepared to follow. one thing they'll be reviewing, a joint terrorism task force. this started almost a year ago. as of now, hasan is charged with 13 counts of premeditated murder. >> we must compile every piece of information known about the the gunman and learn what was done with that information. once we have those facts, we must act upon them. >>reporter: funerals for six of the 13 were held in their hometouns. visitation was held last night. she was set to deploy to afghanistan for a second time next month and arrived at fort hood for training. hasan is hospitalized. his lawyer says it appears he is paralyzed from the waist down. fox news. >>> funeral services today for a recent graduate. 1
spending during president obama's first year in office, far exceeds that of any other president. during fiscal year 2009, which includes the last 3 1/2 months of the bush administration, the federal government spent more than 3 1/2 trillion dollars. now to compare that with other presidents. we used the value of the dollar in the year 2000. using the numbers, obama spent $2.8 trillion, president busch spent 1.8 trillion president clinton 1.6 trillion in his first year in office. >> after 10 months in office, president obama grants his first pardon today to a turkey. >> you are here by pardoned. you will live. in disneyland. >> the first daughter malia and sasha joined daddy to deliver the pardon and to honor all u.s. military men and women. >> i am humbled by the privilege, that it is to serve them. and the tremendous honor it is to serve as commander and chief of the finest military in the world. and i want to wish a happy thanksgiving to every service member at home. or in harm's way. >> meanwhile, courage is well on the way to disneyland now. where he will serve as the grand marshal
difficult for president barack obama to push his health care reform plans. his approval rating has fallen significantly since he took office. back in january, almost 70 percent of people responding to a gallop poll said they approved of the job he was doing. this month, he hit a low of 48 percent. he is the fourth fastest president to dip below 50 percent since world war ii. >> members of congress are on the thanksgiving break, and the debate surrounding health care reform rages. senate voted 60 to 39 to move forward in the senate. a party line vote. but for moderate democrats there could be repercussions. >> during a cabinet meeting president obama said he is pleased about health care reform moving a step forward but acknowledged the fight is far from over. >> reiterateed the need to get to the fibish line and provide relief both in terms of costs, and the quality of coverage that americans get are getting. >> the almost $850 billion senate health care overhaul bill is headed to the floor for debate. democrats got the 60 votes needed saturday night to move forward. only after moderate de
had a plenty of notice. >> this isn't a government takeover. >> president ow obama says the senate will follow in the footsteps of the house. >>> most of the maryland's congressman voted along party lines in favor of the bill, except for frank crit oweville. first representative is one of 39 democrats who voted against the bill. that is one the reasons passing the senate version will be a challenge. joel d smith has more on the historic vote that happened over the weekend, and what is next. >>> good morning, patrice, before there can be a vote at the senate, they still need one bill first. there's still several versions in the senate side. the stumbling block remain the idea of the government competing with the public insurers. that was considered a big victory in the house version. they say that millions of americans will be covered when the healthcare reform bill passes. and they believe that the version will cost too much and increase the federal deficit. what can we expect in the senate? it depends on who you ask. >> we will have to start to understand what is in the bill and n
guns during the shooting spree. and earlier today president obama expressed sympathy for the victims and families. >> difficult enough when we lose these brave americans in battles overseas. it is horrifying that they should come under fire at a army base on american soil. >> meanwhile wounded soldiers taken to nearby hospitals. their conditions vary tonight. >> the gunman was a uniform military officer. major malik nadal hasan recently is september to ft. hood. we learned he is from our area. we are have more on the background. >> military officials say malik nadal hasan finished his residency in 2007. and he worked here at walter reed army hospital as a psychologist for six years, before his transfer to that army base in texas. in july. now, he was a graduate of virginia tech. a military source said he had just received a poor performance evaluation for army hospital work. malik nadal hasan lived in silver spring, latest record showed he was a resident at the white oak towers on old columbia pike. the place was buzzing with police today. neighbors discovered news about the neighbor
obama is days away from announcing his decision about his announcement about u.s. troops. he will most likely address the nation tuesday night. other officials expect him to go with a plan, 34,000 forces, laying out a new strategy. >> abc good morning cancels on adam lambert after his racy performance at the american music awards. ♪ >> they said his inappropriate for their morning show. abc is aware ama received thousands of complaints. cbs said his performance is still on. you can watch the next season of "american idol" maybe with some leashes when it starts in january right here on fox 45. >> google says it's very, very sorry. >> the apology comes after offense research results appeared on it is site. >> google says it doesn't always agree with what comes up when you type something into the search engine. they placed an ad with an exclamation after racist and anti-semetic images popped up. one of them appears after doing a search for michelle obama. it appears to be a racist caricature depicting her as a monkey. other pictures come up for searches of the term jew. google says that
. >> a thanksgiving in limbo for some of our troops overseas. as president obama decides on a new strategy for afghanistan. soldiers at outpost there celebrate the holiday. normally the troops are training afghanistan security forces. but today, provided a much needed time out. and a good hot meet meal. u.s. troops in iraq also celebrated thanksgiving, turkey and ham served. and military dining halls across the country. pentagon shift out meals to the roughly 180,000 american troops, and in both iraq and afghanistan. >> >> for the 28th year, the hungry, and the homeless gathered in patterson park for the bea gaddy thanksgiving dinner. >> this year the need was greater. jeff abell has the latest on the story. >> >> a lot of people don't have no jobs. >> the crowd started to gather at sunrise. but this thanksgiving, the line seemed longer, the pain deeper. >> we worked all of our lives and lost everything. and now trying to get help from everybody. and cannot get it from nobody. >> never before have jim and debbie trocky asked for a handout. but this year they found themselves waiting three
that the president obama says has to look at. it would help to fund healthcare and curve obesity, but they disagree. >> they say it's only pennies. but those pennies add up when you're trying to feed a family. washington if you're listening, what doesn't seem much to you can be a lot to us. >> we want to know what you think, should the government tax soda to fight obesity? that's the question of the day. we will open our phone lines soon. you can always go to and tell us what you think, or to our face book right now, you can send us a tweet at fox baltimore, and you can text your answer to 45203. enter fox 45a for yes, and fox 45b for no. and stay tuned with fox 45 for a continuing coverage of this story. we will talk with an expert about the heart association new sugar guidelines and the soda tax. >>> the cdc takes some blame in getting out the h1n1 vaccine. >>> coming up who can get the vaccine in the baltimore area today. >>> plus where you can let the kids run loose in a giant corn just as we promise 100% fresh produce... and rancher's reserve beef, guaranteed tender 100% of th
gilbert fox 45 news. >> next week, president obama will walk a fine line zagel likely deploy 30,000 more troops to afghanistan and announce the exit strategy at the same time. he will address the nation tuesday night we spoke with former governor ehrlich about this unpopular decision, in tonight's political pulse. >> obviously he has to focus on the feeding the -- defeating the taliban. in afghanistan and somehow controlling taliban and islamic fundamentalism in pakistan. that needs to be the focus of the speech. >> and you can see more of our chat with mr. ehrlich on the "late edition" at 11:00 tonight. >> and the blustery winds go away tomorrow. tell you what replaces them coming up in the sky watch forecast. >> transcripts released from last month's run away plane. how pilots explain over shooting their landing by 150 miles. >> this right here is in atm skimming device. you can buy them off any online site. >> consumer warning. up next in the cover story. thousand protect yourself from a fake atm scam. anncr: geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insuran
. this isn't a government takeover of health care. >> it is a takeover. >> president obama said he is confident will senate will follow in the footsteps of the house and the house bill is dead on arrival in the senate. >>> there is conflicting opinion among marylanders over what will happen next. mel and? >>reporter: the senate has been struggling with its own various versions of health care reform. separate bills have been floating around the senate and include some significant differences from that house bill that passed last night. the only thing that is clear is that reform is still far from being a done deal. >> this was not about the party, but people. >>reporter: house democrats celebrated saturday night, but sunday the focus shifted to the senate and whether lawmakers there will support some version of health care reform. >> in the senate you'll see a bill that is not costly as the house bill. it will be a smaller bill. >>reporter: the senator spts reform and a public option, but opponents don't think a marnth of the peers agree. >> they don't have the votes for public op
to a staggering $12 trillion. and it could double by the year 2019. president obama warns if the spending continues, the economy is in for dire consequences. >> i think it is important though to recognize that if we keep on adding to the debt. even in the midst of this recovery, that at some point, people could lose confidence in the u.s. economy in a way that could lead to a double dip recession. >> china of course, by far, is the largest holder of american debt. if china and the rest wanted their money to be paid back tomorrow. you better be sitting down for this. each and every american would have to pay $40,000 apiece. >> republicans waste for time ripping apart the health care reform plan. >> it is still more premiums still higher taxes, and it is still medicare cuts. >> senate democrats say the $848 billion bill will extend coverage to 94 percent of eligible americans. the bill includes the public option and allows states to opt out. g.o.p. leaders say the taxes in the bill begin immediately after it is passed but the benefits don't. >> the benefits don't start kicking in until 2014
is tallied. >> just more than a week ago, democrats touted their health care reform was under president obama's $900 billion limit. and actually saved money. >> the bill is fiscally sound will not add one dime to the deficit. >> that was true for the first 10 years. after that, the congressional budget office estimates the health bill will spend more than it takes in. and since that estimate democrats have added another $300 billion in spending to the legislation. bringing the price tag now to, at least, $1.2 trillion. >> i have never seen greater evidence that washington d.c. is out of touch with the american people. >> protestors crowded the steps of capitol hill in anticipation of the vote. the bill includes the public option. a government run insurance plan. and insurance companies would not be allowed to deny coverage based on preexisting conditions. and there would be tax increases for the wealthy. >> we have listened to the american people. and we are putting forth a bill that reflects our best values, and addresses our greatest challenges. >> it took house democrats 1990 pages, to add
. >> that brings us to the question of the day dou think voters were making a statement about the obama administration in today's elections. you can sound off through face book. text to 45203. your response may air tonight at 10. >> cool fall day. and there is a chance we could see snow tonight. we have details. what's that about? >> temperatures go down you got precipitation in the forecast. snow showers mixed with rain in western maryland. i don't think tell be here. in the mid upper 30's low 40's. still a bit too warm to be in the form of snow. now we have showers on hd radar. we did get to seat sun today. clouds moving in the afternoon now we have spotty showers. south, southeast of of us we see across the bay. folks in easton rainfall and cambridge some showers over in stevensville and sutterville. we will see the activity pick up on the eastern shore much the bigger picture, looks like break in thes showers to the west. more activity to follow as we get into the over night. the showers are moving through now to the west through west virginia. activity that will continue to head
about the reverend wright. wright is president obama's former minister that caused all the controversy during the 2008 election. john leopold said he cannot go due to a scheduling conflict. state delegate nick kipke is boycotting the event. >> this is the opposite of inclusiveness. reverend wright is divisive. made comments that were hateful against jewish americans, white americans. and at the same time, this event is supposed to raise money for scholarships for kids. >> the arundel county naacp said people should come and listen to the reverend wright and form their own opinions. >> higher toll charges in the state of maryland. state transportation officials say it could happen. but probably not before the next governor's election next year. >> keith keith is live in north baltimore with more on the story. keith, what can you tell us. >> we're live above the jfx. drivers don't pay tolls here. the toll hike is focused on i-95 and possibly the bay bridge. now transportation officials say the increase would be about $1.35 on the average toll of about $3. the agency said it needs ajump i
in the senate reform bill. >> president obama's former pastor in arundel county as we speak, what jeremiah wright is saying in glen burnie tonight. you know how to make your thanksgiving meal delicious. safeway knows how to make it affordable. with a commitment to thousands of new, everyday... low prices throughout the store. and when you use your club card, get plump, juicy safeway turkeys, 47¢ a pound. ♪ so you can get what you want... when you want it. at the price you need. that's our promise. that's ingredients for life. safeway. that's ingredients for life. >> new information on the story we aired last night. getaway driver in the murder of an essex man denied early release. wallace was sentenced to eight years for his role with three others in the murder of 20-year-old neil rivers. wallace a repeat offender on parole when the shooting occurred. thursday he was up for home detention, today the decision was made to keep him behind bars. >> in our case we feel that if these guys would have been incarcerated, as we thought they should have been, for the crimes they were involved with
, how it could be a reflection of the public's feeling on the obama admnistration. >>> breaking news in dundalk this morning. an off-duty police officer is stabbed at a nightclub. a report >>> the republican party captures two big wins in this week's election claiming victories in both new jersey and virginia. some say the democratic losses of the two gubernatorial ships could be a barometer of how the people feel about the barack obama admnistration. >> good morning, guys, how are you. >> good morning, megan, hi. >> do you think this was a referendum to the obama admnistration. >> we start off with politics being local. in virginia we had bob mcdonnell run a disciplined conservative campaign with main screen issues on the virginia jobs. i think the more stunning victory for the republicans is in new jersey where the president visited 5 times and dispatched his pollster and corzine out spent the gop. maybe a little bit of a statement that the president should be aware of. i think the more important issue is how does this affect his healthcare reform legislation, because there's a lot
troops back in the spring. >> president barack obama is expected to announce a troop increase in afghanistan after he returns from his trip to asia. >>> an unusual clash on the u.s.-mexican border. the washington times working on a story about how environmental law has become an obstacle for border patrol agents trying to stop illegal immigrants. >> the department of homeland security complained. they've had to mount horses because they can't upset the pristine lands down there. >> to read more, go to and click on the i con. >>> federal health officials say almost 4,000 people have died of the h1-n1 virus and 22 million people have had the virus. the cdc is urging everyone to get the vaccine, especially those in high-risk groups like young children and pregnant women. the problem is, the vaccine is hard to come by. in new york and georgia, people waited in long lines to get the shots. >> i think we are handling it very well, i'm proud to say. would it be great if we had less of a lag time between -- to get folks their vaccinations quicker? absolutely. >>
investments in private enterprise, the obama administration has signaled a desire to fast-track an i-p-o for g-m. uncle sam currently owns 61-percent of the car maker and has extended 30- billion dollars in bankruptcy financing. gm is currently in the process of revaluing its balance sheet, to account for the company's assets and liabilities since emerging from bankruptcy in july. but even with a so called fast track, a g-m i-p-o is not likely until the fourth quarter of&20-10 at the earliest. coming up next michael palmer - group 1 trading it's been more like running th the bulls in the stock market... how long does that last? michael palmer would group one trading joining us from the chicago board of options exchange were talking about rising gas prices the highest they've been since june the great national averages 263 a gallon from 209 a year ago. well predicting higher gasoline prices cut into consumer spending and consumer confidence? as far less consumer spending goes this is a double when me a good reason why did the oil is up as much as it is because the dollar is falling. that ha
obama former minister has local politicians choosing sides. the controversy centers around the reverend wright who will be the key note speaker. there are still many unsold tickets to friday night naacp awards bank wet in glen better than. some elected officials say they plan to boycott event and others hope it drums up support for the naacp. >> well in some ways i'm disappointed that they are not going to be coming but i have received so much, so many correspondent and e males and excitement from so many people within the county that reverend wright is coming. >>reporter: tonight fox 45 news at 10:00, who is not planning on attending the event and why. >>> beaches in ocean city took maim beating from last week nor'easter. strong winds waves took out about a third of the do you know lines. city officials say tonight sand will indeed have to be replaced. town also had street flooding and wind damage. mean time state of delaware reported a 5 foot drop-off at the beach dunes. >>> when weather heather your neighborhood. or news heather your neighborhood for that matter see it shoot it
surrounding president obama former pastor is moving into andarundle county tonight. >> barack knows what it means to be a black man living in a country and culture that is controlled by rich, white people. >>reporter: there is already political fall out surrounding the reverend jeremiah wright scheduled appearance at banquet hall in glen byrne. naacp says there will be additional security for the event while some politicians will be there. others plan to steer clear of the event. >>> reverend wright to me represents everything that is wrong with the racial discussions in america. >> come hear him yourself and you be the judge whether or not you think he's race eling elingt. >>reporter: county executive john leopold will not be attending. his office says he has a scheduling conflict. >>> hart to believe it is just a week before thanksgiving if you spend any time outside. >> the fall has flown. jessica has the first look at the weather forecast. how about the weekend? how is that shaping up. >> looking not too bad. plenty amount of sunshine out there for today. temperatures close to
the end of this year... can now count on several more weeks of financial help... after president obama signed into law new legislation... for an extra 20 weeks of benefits in states where the unemployment rate is higher than 8.5%.. and an extra 14 weeks for all other states... its' the fourth extention that congress has passed... which means many americans are now eligible to receive a total of up to 99 weeks of benefits. with the unemployment rate now slightly over 10% - reaching that point much earlier than expected... the president tried to console americans...about the worsening jobs picture. history tells us job growth lags behind economic growth have to continue to pursue measures that create new jobs. i can promise you i won't let up until americans who want to find work can find work... until americans can earn enough to raise their families and keep their businesses open the new unemployment benefits extention... will help more than 1 million americans... and it only covers people losing their benefits before the end of this year... it does not help those going off unemploymen
. jennifer davis reports tonight. the move by the obama white house is causing concern. >> self proclaimed september 11 master mind and 4 other guantanamo bay detainees brought to trial in a civilian courthouse in manhattan, blocks from where the twin towers stood. >> today's announcement marks a step forward in our efforts to close guantanamo and to bring to justice those individuals that have conspired to attack our nation and our interests abroad. >> attorney general eric holeer said the suspects should be held accountable in open court and tried where the crimes occurred. >> but opponents say it is unwise to treat alleged terrorists as anything but war criminals. >> i cannot see anything good coming out of this. >> some lawmakers are concerned this move could put americans in danger. others worry detainees will be painted as victims of u.s. interrogation techniques like waterboarding. >> what if these guys are acquitted on a technicality. that can happen. >> the avlu released a tape of victims relatives. and others outrage are mounting online petition to change the president's mind. >>
sometime historical and you get these big rallies the economy falls in this week president obama will be holding a job conference on thursday with leaders from the banking business and labour sector and the gold if is to figure out ways to speed up job creation. with gold trading at record highs... anyone involved in the gold business is probably making a mint these days....from pawn shops that buy scrap jewelry... to the refining companies that recycle gold... today we get a first hand look at what happens when gold jewelry is melted down. these days... gold refining companies like this one in the midwest are working to the max .... never in recent history have they been busier. i have 5 guys running 12 hour days... peter spector has worked in the gold refining business for almost a decade. he says workers often come in on the weekends just to open packages full of gold jewelry... coming in from customers. a refiner can take in up to 400 pounds of gold a day... everything from necklaces, braclets.. and rings... it takes about 25 minutes to melt all this stuff into a bar. but th
personnel at the white house tonight. >> two people crashed president obama's first state dinner and posted the evidence then on facebook. terek and michelle worked the way past security in the white house. getting pictures with top white house officials including the vice-president. seems once they were inside they blended in. >> the assumption that everyone had, presumably the staffers, were that these people were meant to be here. they would not have been able to get in unless someone had said it was okay. >> the pair from northern virginia is also apparently in line for roles on a reality television show. like the balloon boy's parents. the secret service confirmed, at least, one check point did not follow procedures. >> a baltimore city family is in mourning this evening after a youth leader is gunned down while walking his dog. >> 21-year-old anglo dangerfield was walking his dog, feet from his home. along the 2800 block of spelman road in chairtee ree hill neighborhood, when shot in the chest and killed early wednesday morning. nearby crime camera aimed at another direction at the ti
on lock down tonight as you can imagine and president obama spoke about the tragedy just a few minutes ago. >> difficult enough when we lose these brave americans in battles over seas. it is horrifying that they should come under fire at an army base on american soil. >>reporter: of course we will continue to follow this breaking story in fort hood, hood, texas. >> back here at home. maryland governor election one year away of course and new poll out shows how voters really feel about potential rematch between governor o'malley and former governor robert urlich. john joining us with all the details tonight. john. >>reporter: more than 600 maryland voters show o'malley lead urlich in a potential rematch next year. margin is identical to the margin of victory back in 2006. poll comes non-partisan research group. 6 37 registered voters survey and 39 percent say they want governor o'malley reelected. 48 percent say they would prefer someone new to win. in a potential rematch of the 2006 election o'malley leads urlich 46 to 40 percent. urlich says considering he has been out of offic
obama called a growing partnership between the united states and india. it was the obama's first day dinner in office. from mrs. obama's dress designed by an indian american to the mostly eventua vegetarian menu. the white house showed respect for their indian guests in every detail. the press conversation was over shadowed by the president obama looming announcement of his plans for the afganistan. he did not give details but he is settled on a plan that will quote, finish the is job in afganistan. he will layout that plan in full detail in a speech to the american people in the coming days. for now the more than 60,000 u.s. troops already in the country will celebrate a thanksgiving away from home this year. helicopters and trucks will bring in holiday food and some marines have live turkeys on standby as a back up. but you can never escape the realities of war. and officers will be warning marines to stay alert and not become complacent, because that is when the enny can strike. that is the latest from washington today. until next week have a happy thanksgiving. from the washingto
of the big guns for assistance. >> former president bill clinton was asked by the obama white house to come twist arms because they don't have the votes in the senate and are so far behind that they are afraid meeting the bill deadline for the president. >> i told them all the differences and pass the bill. >> he had warned democrats thatting healthcare reform amounts to an economic impairment and failure will hurt politically. >> the number one effort is you have to succeed. >> reporter: clinton gets mixed reviews on healthcare and could be as much hinder answer,d wife hillary, was such a debacle it helped republicans take the house in 1994. that frightens a lot of democrats. and democrats point to the polls, and they are at odd at skeptical public particularly swing votes and independence. >> it strikes me looking at what the house and the senate is saying that there's a great effort underway here to convince their members to ignore public opinion. >> reporter: prominent democratic interest and former louisiana had misgivings about hillary in the '90s, and warned them that trying too fa
race as one of the clear first test of president obama's political affect. our coverage continues. we have live election results coming up tonight on fox 45 news at 10:00. >>> 900 pill dollar health reform measure touted by house speaker pelosi would actually cost at least 1.2 trillion dollars. since the plan announced last week democrats added millions more for public health and preventive service. one comments are causing a lot of controversy. >> i believe we have more to fear from the potential of that bill passing than we do from any terrorist right now in any country. >>reporter: democratic national committee called fox comments outrageous. mean time house majority leader lawyer hopes debate can start this week. >>> as they look for ways to pay for health care reform members of congress are considering a tax on sugar soft drink. lawmakers see the idea of 2 possible ben if it to provide revenue directed to health care and it might help change americans addiction to sugar. the tax penny an ounce would add 12 to 20 cents on the average soda. that brings us to our question of t
on the economy. they believe the victories could encourage the obama administration to propose more programs aimed at stimulating the economy and creating jobs. according to polls, jobs and the economy were the top issues in both states. >>> parts of his agenda that are more job focused and more economic-development focused are going to take increasing importance and the other agenda items that have been attacked as being big government, more government spending, more world-government socialism, those parts are going to have to shrink and wither away. >>> several small business groups launched an ad campaign saying the president's health care reform bill will cripple small businesses. >>> black friday is still three weeks away. the christmas decorations already up in a lot of stores. many offering big discounts trying to lure customers early. stores are offering the kinds much promotions you usually don't see until after thanksgiving. they're trying to buffer what could be a losing holiday season. >> consumers aren't in a good mood right now. pretending they are, it's almost like the ret
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: president obama wants a healthcare bill on his desk bit end of the year, but with the deadline looming less than 7 weeks away and the lawmakers deeply divided over cost and the public option, it's not at all clear whether the president will get his wish. elaine quijano, washington. >>> acorn loses his funding after several controversial films come out. now acorn is suing the government. an attorney weighs in the case. >>> how unyoyou unlucky can it >>> all the gains to close out the week. the university of michigan reported the index fell unexpectedly from 70.6 to 66 in early november. the dow gained 73 points to close at 10,270 and change. the nasdaq added more than 3 quarters of a percent ssments contributing to the rally, strong earnings from disney. the entertainment giant reported gains sparking the turn around from the company. the disney was one of the biggest gainers closing at $30.44. the u.s. deficit widened more than expected in september jumping to $36.5 million. it was the largest increase since 1999. higher oil prices over shadowed. it the value of u.s. exports is still approx
you can expect for the rest of the weekend in my sky watch forecast. >>> and obama state dinner scandal. why there may be criminal charges for the couple who crashed that party. >>>. >> hello i'm jeff. >> i'm karen. today is the day known for deep discounts and big bargains. >> known as black friday because retailers want to buy so they get out of the red and into the black. >> some stores decided to open earlier than ever to make sure they attracted lots of customers and lots of sales. we have more on the deals and madness that we all call black friday. >>reporter: black friday. hope you brought your patienc patience. pocket book. and one toys-r-us some padding. >> there was fist fight over there. there was everything. all kinds stuff going on over there. started at midnight. at toys-r-us. it was a mad house. >>reporter: at the mall the scene a little more calm. >> fleck the card one more time for me. >> i had 23 people for dinner. i got to bed about 11:00 o'clock and got up at 3:00. >> i was up at 3:00 o'clock in the morning and had to leave fast so i'm just like forg
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